Milton Keynes Art Centre
Milton Keynes Arts Centre is an independent arts and education charity bringing artists together with marginalised communities to offer a year-round programme of exhibitions, workshop, live events and family-friendly activities.
As well as offering creative learning courses for children and young people, families are welcome to take part in our free family workshops with our artists in residence.
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The Green Challenge
Explore Milton Keynes Arts Centre’s historic site through the eyes of an artist! Navigate your way around an artist-designed trail leading you through our barn-converted gallery, heritage craft studios and almshouses before making your way around Great Linford Manor Park’s 18th century water gardens and stone quarry.
Address: Parklands, Great Linford, Milton Keynes, MK14 5DZ
Telephone: 01908 608108
Mondays – Saturdays, 10am to 4pm
From Dec: Art Explorers is a free weekly drop-in session of child-led creative learning in our South Pavilion Learning Space held every Saturday from 10am-1pm. Join in this contemporary art-inspired learning for all ages with support from a parent or guardian.
Regular: Our café is open 10am-4pm Mondays to Saturdays and offers a selection of hot and cold drinks as well as light snacks.
Saturday 08 Dec: Exhibition opening for our third instalment of Common Ground 2018 with Milo McLoughlin–Greening.
Saturday 08 Dec: 11am – 3pm: Creative Course Showcase
Showcase is a one day pop-up exhibition and display of work made by the community of artists and makers who participate in our adult 10 week Creative Courses.
This special opening offers an opportunity to look around the Arts Centre’s specialist art room, silversmith and ceramic workshops, granting our guests and communities an inside look at the endless possibilities each studio, space and course could lead to. If you are considering joining one of Milton Keynes Arts Centre’s 10 week Creative Courses, what better introduction than to see first-hand what you could achieve and mingle with like-minded people.